We believe in putting our money where our mouths are. Take Step Two isn’t just a campaign, it’s a choice to live a better life. And that choice doesn’t go by the wayside simply because you’ve arrived at your office for the day.
Thus, we’ve banded together for some positive changes. We’ve re-established a portion of our basement as the office exercise room, available to anyone and everyone for whatever time they can spare each day. “Y-WDB” now complements many of Woodbine’s other practices, including maintaining our team garden, our no-smoking policy and our participation in wellness-focused community events.
It’s easier than you think. And we’re well on our way toward discovering many more small-yet-significant ways we can make our workplace a happier, healthier place. Just visit TakeStepTwo.com to learn about the movement, and CDC.gov for more ideas about how you can revitalize your office health and safety.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (January 19, 2012) – *Brand revitalization agency, Woodbine, announced today the launch of a new community-based public health campaign for the North Carolina Division of Public Health in collaboration with Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW), which is led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Continue reading
…Also known as a digital intern. This spring, we want a quick and eager individual seeking valuable, hands-on experience with a full-service agency. Continue reading
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (January 11, 2012) - *Peter Mitchell has great judgement, especially when he’s reviewing the implementation and effectiveness of a marketing idea. That’s why Woodbine’s President & CEO, a prominent figure in the advertising industry and an insightful evaluator of marketing campaigns, has been tapped to judge two award shows in January. Continue reading
2011 proved to be a year of much vim and vigor, propelled by exciting projects, creative events and the consistent expansion of our team. We’re continuing the momentum into 2012 by recognizing the great talent that keeps our world spinning—even inventing roles to match the thrilling challenges the new year will bring. Continue reading
Woodbine’s founder, Maureen Hall, headed overseas right after Christmas to continue her mission work in Uganda. This is her second year and we couldn’t be more proud of her. She’ll be gone for another couple of weeks helping women in rural communities gain the skills they need to start and grow their own arts-based businesses, snapping some incredible photos along the way. She will most certainly post a slideshow of this trip upon her return, but for now, here’s a wonderful look at her 2011 journey. Continue reading